Water Bottle Holder
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SMALL ANIMAL WATER BOTTLE HOLDER FOR 4 AND 8 OUNCE WATER BOTTLES. WATER BOTTLE HOLDER SLIDES ONTO WIRE CAGES HANGS ON ANY AQUARIUM OR ATTACHES TO WOODEN WALLS WITH A SCREW
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Kavykeeper
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Rating: 2

Too small

posted 5 years ago

I prefer a 16 oz. water bottle. I'd never keep a guinea pig in an aquarium because there's not enough ventilation. The standard 16 oz. wire held bottle is preferred by me.

Pros: good alternative to wire held bottle

Cons: too small for guinea pig

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Lfusfeld
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Rating: 4

Good for when you get fed up with what your bottle came with

posted 6 years ago

i get so fed up with the holders that bottles come from. always falling off. good to have a standby.

Pros: good product

Cons: you have to pay extra after you buy the bottle

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